Friday, April 01, 2005

May the Most Cryptic Win

If you thought election speculation was bad before, you ain't seen nothing yet. With this new today and the media ban which could be in effect until May, or maybe even September, my guess is we're in for months of ominous accounts of "shocking", "explosive", and "damaging" testimony. No one will be able to say what it is but everyone will be trying to find an even more sensational adjective than the competition to describe it.

Which means we'll get speculation about news no one knows, or at the very least, speculation about news no one is allowed to talk about. Very odd.


  • We're allowed to talk about the findings. Just not publicize them. I don't know where that line gets drawn.

    The Gomery hearings are still open to the public. And the transcripts are still up at (up to Wednesday, at any rate). I'm eager to see if Friday's get posted.

    By Blogger matt, at 11:54 AM  

  • Doesn't look like we can talk about them (no internet postings allowed) and I'm dubious as to the transcripts being released (notwithstanding continued public access to the hearings).

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